• Capture new videos or import existing videos from your library
• Step frame-by-frame through a video, or drag the slider to seek to a specific time
• Select points and drag them into place
• Lines and angle measurements automatically appear, connecting the points
• Repeat with more frames, points, and angles
• Export to spreadsheet (.xlsx format) for further calculations and analysis (note that there are multiple worksheets - one with raw point coordinates, and one with angle measurements)
Make sure to capture your video directly perpendicular to your subject, with the camera level in all planes, and without panning the camera.
The display of angle labels can be turned on/off in the app's preferences, found in the Settings app.
App developer: Nathaniel J. Cochran, in collaboration with Regina Harbourne
Supported by Duquesne University, Physical Therapy Dept. in the Rangos School of Health Sciences
Developed in part to support a grant from the Institute of Education Sciences, US Dept. of Education
1) Resolves an issue that prevented videos from being imported from the photo library
2) Fixes a bug that caused an entire row to disappear when editing the name of a video
3) Makes sure that the name edit text field does not run off the edge of the screen
4) Fixes an issue that caused some frame thumbnail images to fail to be generated
1. Angle measurements are now displayed by default, instead of needing to be toggled on in the Settings app.
2. Fixes the "Could not move file" errors that were occurring on iOS 13 when importing videos from the photo library.
3. Updates to Swift 5.
- 21.6 MB
- Update Date:
- Nathaniel Cochran
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